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Whether you come to advising as a new hire or as a veteran faculty member, the first few weeks advising students can be overwhelming. It can be a challenge to organize the various demands so that you will not only survive advising, but thrive doing it. Since students' academic futures depend upon your advice, you need to understand what students expect from you.

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advisor competencies, role of advisor, new advisor, Marsha Miller
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Those attending a NACADA event invariably hear much talk about the NACADA family.  NACADA leaders extol the virtues of becoming a member of the NACADA family and advise participants to “get involved” in the association.  It may seem like everyone belongs but you!  Here are some ways to get started.

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Marsha Miller
Posted in: 2017 March 40:1
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In August 2017, the field of academic advising lost a champion with the passing of recent NACADA Journal co-editor Leigh S. Shaffer.  Leigh, a recognized scholar in his field of social psychology, authored or co-authored 11 peer-reviewed articles for the NACADA Journal, more than any other author in the Journal’s history.  

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news, research, build relationships, history, research group, advising research, death, dealing with death, Craig McGill, Marsha Miller, grieving
Posted in: 2018 March 41:1

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